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ProColor and Priv V8, the best SMOK kits 2017?

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These two SMOK kits never lack topics, but it's no doubt that they are the most popular and continue hitting, do you guys agree?

For those who have not try SMOK products, these two are highly recommended.

The SMOK ProColor Kit comes with a ProColor TC MOD and a TFV8 Big Baby tank. Powered by dual 18650 batteries, the ProColor TC MOD reaches a maximum output power of 225 watts. The newly-designed shield-shaped display provides a functional interface for you. The anti-slide embossed texture offers a comfortable grip when vaping. 12 colorful LED backlights and a 6-color screen setting bring you much more enjoyment during your puff. When combining with the TFV8 Big Baby, you could have double amazing vaping experiences! 18 attractive colors for your choice.


The new SMOK Priv V8 Kit consists of a Priv V8 MOD and a TFV8 Baby tank. The fashionable colors available elevates the Priv V8 MODs appearance and certainly attracts attention. Its compact size brings convenience for daily use too. Priv V8 features a simple one-button activation making vaping super easy. TFV8 Baby adopts a 3ml e-juice capacity and smooth airflow system. Specially designed, and prepared, the new V8 Baby-M2 coils in this kit improve your vaping experience greatly. It is also compatible with traditional Baby Beast coils, making the Priv V8 Kit a wise selection for optimal flavor and massive clouds.
 
Hey,

I am new here but I recently got my SMOK Procolor on Christmas day but I already had trouble 2 days later. The coil seems to burn up on the TFV8 Big Baby.... I switched to the Quad coils but even that seems to burn up now. I have been vaping on 50 to 65 Watts
 

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Hey,

I am new here but I recently got my SMOK Procolor on Christmas day but I already had trouble 2 days later. The coil seems to burn up on the TFV8 Big Baby.... I switched to the Quad coils but even that seems to burn up now. I have been vaping on 50 to 65 Watts
Hi, there are many reasons to cause such a trouble, could you please tell me what's the ratio of your PG/VG? so that i can check and give you the further solution.
 

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